Idukki Tourist Attraction
Idukki is inarguably the most gifted district of Kerala, showcasing its verdant natural settings, rolling mist clad hills and shimmering landscape full of peace and tranquility. Idukki’s vast variety of landscape comprises of mountains, lush green vegetations, coffee, tea & spice plantations and most importantly, the incredible wildlife population.
Kannur Tourist Attractions
Kannur district in Kerala is special or unique in the sense that it has successfully preserved the ancient history dating back to thousands of years and merged it with the best of modern day developments. The end result is a place whose landscape is dotted with several ancient ruins, historical monuments from colonial period to the present day infrastructure.
Thiruvananthapuram Tourist Attraction
Thiruvananthapuram is the historical, commercial and political capital of Kerala. The place where its 1000 year old history merges with the new age technology and developments resulting in a thriving center of tourism in Kerala.
Alappuzha Tourist Attraction
Alappuzha is one of Kerala's most fascinating attraction, a famed backwater destination and a land where varied features not only co-exist but complement each other to present a beautiful synthesis of nature. The picturesque location is also called the 'Venice of the east' due to its immense natural beauty and similar appearance to the Italian city Venice.
Palakkad Tourist Attraction
Miles of cardamom plantations, stretches of coffee & tea estates and never ending rubber forests. Scenic hillocks in the background, lending to its charm- characteristics that have earned the district the title ‘Granary of Kerala’. Also known as ‘Palghat’, the district is full of hilltops, streams, valleys and dams, and with several tourist attractions located here; Palakkad is one of Kerala’s most popular tourist destination.
Thrissur Tourist Attractions
Thrissur is called the cultural capital and the land of colorful festival in Kerala. A city well known for its history, as the focal point of several important cultural and social events whose landscape is a charming synthesis of old with new and of History with nature. Passing through Palani –Nilgiri hills low gap, is located at the west end of Palakkad district.
Kozhikode Tourist Attraction
Kozhikode is a typical Kerala district with all of the characteristics that one would identify the state with found within its un-spoilt territory. Marvelous backwaters enhancing the natural settings, traditional houseboats cruising along creating tiny waves in the chiseling backwaters, mangrove and coconut palms dotting the landscape and several beaches, rivers, lakes, coastline and dams enhancing the overall experience.
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Ernakulam Tourist Attraction
Ernakulam is one of Kerala’s most popular tourist destination. With a proud history, rich culture, ancient commercial relations, efficient transport network and excellent educational achievements, ernakulam is indeed more than worth a visit. Add to it prestine backwaters and rich wildlife, and you have a truly memorable visit on your hands.
Kottayam Tourist Attraction
Kottayam as a district signifies the history and culture of Kerala. The historical incidents, the social movements and the educational developments that had their roots in Kottayam went on to engulf the whole of Kerala during the years that followed. The distict also showcases numerous historical monuments, building in european styles and needless to mention- the famed backwaters of Kerala.